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10
on 09 Feb 2019

Winter season menu at Frantzen. Arguably the most hyped restaurant (aside from Noma 2.0) in Europe in the past 18 months. When they decided to go after that third Michelin star, they really went all-in.
Michelin 3*.

10
on 15 Dec 2018

The third visit at Frantzén’s in 2018. I really love that place, an outstanding restaurant concept with outstanding hosts, a really exceptional wine list and delicious dishes. The atmosphere, the people, and of course also the well designed and created dishes make this place to be One of the hotspots around the globe and definitely the hottest spot in Europe at the moment. I already booked two times for 2019, as I enjoy this experience so much.

10
on 09 Dec 2018

Another memorable lunch at this top spot ⭐️⭐️⭐️ Adding layers and refinement and all with a little warm touch

10
on 20 Oct 2018

Fifth visit at the new place and once again they continue outperform and outshine, improved flavor combinations and excellent cooking techniques and simply top of the pops right now, basically ⭐️⭐️⭐️⭐️

10
on 06 Oct 2018

Björn Frantzén

2019 Michelin ⭐️⭐️⭐️
2018 World’s 50 Best, No 65
2018 OAD, No 8

10
on 07 Sep 2018

Is this the future of fine dining? A 3 star restaurant that excell on all techniques and ingredients, live execution at the counter seatings and enjoyable wine parrings and manages to be informal like feeling at home! It just might be

10
on 27 Jul 2018

This is the lunch place to be right now and 3rd visit since re-opening was a seven hours fairytale of flavors, fun and fabs.

10
on 11 Apr 2018

A French-Nordic kaiseki.
A very luxurious experience based on great ingredients with very strong Japanese influences. Great hopsitality, fantastic venue, suprising and really special wine/drink pairings!

10
on 10 Apr 2018

Impressive meal from start to finish

10
on 29 Mar 2018

Bjorn Frantzen received his 3rd Michelin star about a month before I dined there. This was after he closed and relocated his restaurant in 2017 to what he describes as, "The old Frantzen times 10." Every detail of the restaurant is designed to enhance the overall experience. Enter a private elevator that plays music at the push of a button, a beautiful lounge area for champagne and appetizers, and a rooftop terrace where you can smoke Cuban cigars. In the main dining area, guests are seated at a kitchen counter that surrounds the open fire kitchen. The dining area is essentially the kitchen where you get to watch the culinary show unfold. Frantzen can be described as Nordic cuisine with Japanese influences. I've never had a tasting menu in which every course was a home run. Before I knew it, 7 hours had flown by. It is only a matter of time before Frantzen is competing for the top spot at the World's 50 Best List.

on 22 Feb 2018

Sensational 2nd visit in the past 4 months and well deserved 3 stars!

10
Top list
on 11 Oct 2017

Björn Frantzen just opened his place again in Stockholm. This time he is really reaching for the stars. A modern, nordic Kaiseki meal with wonderful flavours and combinations, executed flawlessly.
This will be for sure a new 3 star restaurant.

9
on 29 Mar 2016

This is Frantzen in its old iteration at the previous cramped premises and it is interesting to look back two years and see how far they have come. I wonder did they think that just two years later they would be open in an incredibly spacious and luxurious new property and by one of only a very few resataurants in the world to be awarded a 3* michelin straight away. You can see there are a couple of dishes that still remain years later on the new Frantzen menu. French toast and a dessert looks familiar in preparation.

Recommended in Stockholm

Address

Klara Norra kyrkogata 26, 111 22 Stockholm, Sweden

Hours

Open hours

Phone

+46 8 20 85 80

Website

http://restaurantfrantzen.com/